Oct 06 2015
Tracking an employee’s engagement with a wellness program is typically broken into two main categories: participatory requirements and outcomes-based requirements. Often, to include everyone, you need to have aspects of both. So let’s break them down a little.
Sep 26 2015
One of the questions that often comes up early in the process of implementing a wellness program is whether or not to contract with an outside vendor. But it is difficult to be able to foresee the obstacles of choosing to run everything “in-house” because the wellness team is typically led by health enthusiasts but not by healthcare providers or wellness experts. This alone is one of the biggest reasons wellness programs fail.
Sep 22 2015
We have to take a minute to brag on our awesome team, and on our friends at 501 LIFE Magazine. 
Thank you to 501 LIFE for a great article  on The Serious Business of Corporate Wellness by Sonja J. Keith and a very cool  cover! Make sure you check it out here.

Learn more about our our team here, and about some of the services we offer here and here


Sep 15 2015
This is an excerpt from a prevous Wellness Newsletter written by Jenna, our Registered Dietitian.

Newsletters are a great way to increase communication with wellness program participants, which you can read a little more on the importance of over at PR Newswire. But newsletters are best used as an adjunct to in-person interaction, not in place of. If you’re looking for a wellness vendor with more than an online portal, let us give you some information. Just email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Aug 14 2015
First of all, we say yes. We offer financial wellness resources as a part of our services because we believe that since finances are one of the biggest stressors in our lives, it needs to be addressed as a part of healthy stress management.